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JavaScript seems cool!
Johna
Johna
Yeah, I hope to increase my JavaScript knowledge after I finish exams next week.

Btw what made you say that? Lol just wondering.
Sorry about that folks! We had a few issues with our database services. But no data was lost and we are running again :)
You have Daniel’s contact info because he contacted me almost two years ago but he may not be active now
Malcolm
Malcolm
Hey! Sorry for the late reply on it, so I don't have any contact info for Daniel as they deleted their account. Once an account gets deleted it is removed from our database.
Malcolm
Malcolm
williamdev
williamdev
@Malcom Just a little project and a little experience could be gained in app development
Ooh, the new CodeForum style looks nice.
Malcolm
Malcolm
Happy to hear! Which one is your favourite, light or dark?
didlly
didlly
Dark
Please give me something to code in Python.
Malcolm
Malcolm
Hmm I know it’s like reinventing the wheel but what about a calculator which calculates your age in dog or cat years?
didlly
didlly
Python:
age = int(input("Enter your age: "))

print(f"You are {age * 7} dog year(s) old.\nYou are {15 if age == 1 else 24 if age == 2 else 24 + (age - 2) * 4} cat year(s) old.")

According to https://www.almanac.com/cat-age-chart-cat-years-human-years for cats and that 1 human year equals 7 dog years.
Malcolm
Malcolm
Well done!
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About a month ago I bought a Udemy.com course in Full Stack Web Development. I've been grinding at it 3-5 hours a night after work with maybe 8 days away from it over the last month.
I'm only 15% of the way through the course....
I'm not slow, it's extensive. 400+ lectures and 55+ hours of video. Although Bootstrap is kicking my butt.

Keep Coding!
Any fun coding activities you'd like to see at Code Forum?
Malcolm
Malcolm
Hey so what I mean for fun activities would be like say hello in a different coding language and such.
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HadASpook
Oh, my mistake. I thought you meant the programming challenges - take note of my earlier ideas though if you'd like.

The same still applies really: try to have them be interesting for them to be fun.
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HadASpook
Project Euler might help for some small but fun things to give the community to try(or to help build your own activities out of).

Reddit's [URLhttps://www.reddit.com/r/dailyprogrammer/]r/dailyprogrammer[/URL] may also be of use too for fun activities.
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